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Sunday, June 30, 2013

People wait for police

The Government must try its best to solve crimes including those in Jinjang Utara Tambahan, so as to make people feel safe in this country.

Jinjang Utara Tambahan, Kepong, is important. It has the biggest government clinic in Kuala Lumpur and a popular secondary school.
     At midday two weeks ago, two school girls were walking home from the school. Suddenly, two snatch thieves robbed each girl of her hand phone. Then, in the past two years,  criminals have committed various crimes: break-ins of houses and cars, stealing of cars and drug trafficking.
     Car thieves even steal cars from the clinic compound. In early mornings, residents claim to have seen drug trafficking. They rely on the police to investigate.
     Victims have reported the crimes to the police. They yearn for security.
     Recently, the Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid expresses his intention to overcome crimes. Then the Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid sets up a special department for the purpose. Further, Federal Territory Minister Tengku Adnan says he is concerned about the issue. However, cityfolks wish that they try their utmost.
     On June 25, , 2013,  Yang di-Pertuan Agong presented the Royal Address in the House, stressing priority on tranquillity and security as well as the gap in public perception about them. In the beginning of July, I shall speak on the Royal Address, emphasising the combat of crimes such as in Jinjang Utara Tambahan. I hope that Datuk Zahid and Tan Sri Khalid see for themselves the complaints on crimes in Jinjang and other areas.
     The Government must take steps to fight crimes so as to improve the image of the police.  But, Malaysians learn to be patient. 


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